Bank Deposits

Bank deposits are as easy as it gets. Put your money in a bank account or term deposit and get paid interest according to the interest rate being offered. Bank deposits will give you low returns, but are low risk, making them ideal for saving money for the short-term or for storing your emergency fund.

How to invest: Open a savings account, Notice Saver account, or term deposit with your bank.

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